CTVA US Crime - "Quincy, M.E." (Glen/Larson/NBC) Season 2 (1977-78)

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Starring Jack Klugman
Season 2 (NBC) (1977-78)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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############### Qincy, M.E. #################
############# season 2 1977-78 ###############
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NBC Fridays 10:00pm Eastern
Executive Producers Jud Kinberg and Richard Irving

2.01 [--] Quincy M.E.: NO DEADLY SECRET
16Sep77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Wallace Ware
Directed by Jackie Cooper
Director of Photography Gerald Perry Finnerman, A.S.C.
Guest Stars
Elaine Joyce
Mary Frann
Ina Balin
Normann Burton (2 n's)
Harry Landers
Paul Mantee
Ben Frank
Keene Curtis
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Susan Tolsky ............. Chemist
Carlene Watkins .......... Second Girl
With:
Creed Bratton ............ Boy
Lynn Topping ............. First Girl
Allen Digioa ............. Hippie
Henry Slate .............. Guard
Barbara Peacock .......... Receptionist
And:
Dennis Burkely ........... Tom Tom
Quincy does an autopsy on a friend he thinks was murdered, then the corpse vanishes and the friend seems to be alive.

2.02 [--] Quincy M.E.: A BLOW TO THE HEAD ... A BLOW TO THE HEART
(aka - The Contender)
23Sep77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Mann Rubin
Directed by Corey Allen
Director of Photography Ronald W. Browne
Guest Stars:
Moses Gunn
Nehemiah Persoff
Lynne Moody
Gloria Manon
Norman Alden
and:
Joe Louis ............ Himself
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Randy Shields ........ Ringo
With:
Rudy Bond ............ Yancy
Jimmy Murphy ......... Flunky
Dexter Robinson ...... Todd
Robert Ritchie ....... 2nd Reporter
Jack Kissell ......... 3rd Reporter
Rodney Hoston ........ Stokes
Sonny Shields ........ Cornerman
Gene LeBell .......... Referee
David Himes .......... 1st. Reporter
and:
Michael J. London .... 1st. Man
A top-ranking boxer dies as a result of blows taken in
a championship bout.

2.03 [--] Quincy M.E.: A DEAD MAN'S TRUTH
30Sep77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Adrian Leeds
Directed by Vic Morrow
Director of Photography Michael Margulies
Guest Stars
David Spielberg
Dabney Coleman
Mark Lambert
Roger Bowen
Co-Starring
Howard Hessman .......... D.A.
Nora Heflin ............. Charlotte
Joseph Gallison ......... Director
Eugene Butler ........... Matthews
Synopsis:
Media pressure over police brutality intensifies after a
rookie shoots and kills a suspect.

2.04 [---] Quincy M.E: A QUESTION OF TIME
14Oct77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Irving Pearlberg
Directed by Raymond Danton
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Rudy Solari
Brenda Scott
Irene Tedrow
Michael Lane
Special Guest Star:
Peter Mark Richman
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Peter Hobbs .......... Dr. Benton
John Alderman ........ Holloway
With:
John Nolan ........... Bartender (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ........ Himself (recurring)
Sand Balson .......... 2nd. Woman
Gail Bonney .......... Scrub Woman
Harold Ayer .......... 2nd. Man
Gale Gladstone ....... Receptionist
Michael Shapiro ...... 1st Man
Sandra Giles ......... 1st Woman
Lynn Storer .......... Hoffman
Synopsis:
An attorney (Peter Mark Richman) concerned with publicity interferes with Quincy's investigation of a health-spa drowning.

2.05 [---] Quincy M.E: DEATH CASTS A VOTE - aka - Murder by Self
21Oct77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by William Froug
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Joaquin Martinez
Robert F. Simon
Ronald Joseph Godines
Jorge Cervera, Jr.
Special Guest Star:
James Gregory
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Migdia Varela ....... Felicia
Jerome Thor ......... Lynch
Larry Carroll ....... TV Reporter
With:
Don Diamond ......... Printer
Ben Marino .......... 2nd Reporter
Peter Virgo ......... 1st Reporter
Ron Hasson .......... Raul
Gladys Holland ...... Maid
Synopsis:
The alleged suicide of a labor activist increases tensions between two unions battling to represent migrant workers.

2.06 [--] Quincy M.E.: TISSUE OF TRUTH
28Oct77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Max McClellan
Directed by Raymond Danton
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Music Score, Richard Markowitz
Guest Stars:
Craig Stevens
Lenka Peterson
Sheilah Wells
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Royal Dano .......... Holsang
Timothy Blake ....... Miss Gloria (strange!)
Ivor Francis ........ Mr. Ambrose
Ross Borden ......... Stone
With:
Scott B. Wells ...... Metulski
George Cheung ....... Metal Detector Man
Gary Downey ......... Stemmers
Jonathan Segal ...... Jeff Sellars
Ralph Taeger ........ Kinny
Steve Burns ......... Bobby
And
Vincent Howard ...... Sgt. Kramer
Synopsis:
A half-eaten apple provides the only clue to the location of a kidnapped teen-ager buried alive with a
24-hour supply of oxygen.

2.07 [--] Quincy M.E.: HOLDING PATTERN
4Nov77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Teleplay by Robert Hanmer / Story by Adam Singer
Directed by Ronald Satlof
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Christine Belford
Robert Viharo
Co-Starring (end credits)
Phil Leeds ........... Fishman
Rick Traeger ......... Mr. Moana
Bonnie Johns ......... Anne Wilson
With:
Madison Mason ........ LAX Official
Peggy Crosby ......... Girl
Tracy Harris ......... TV Engineer
Jonathan Segal ....... Technician
Danny Meehan ......... Dr. Halbertson
Dolores Quinton ...... Mrs. Moana
Gino Ardito .......... Walker
Tony LaTorre ......... Boy
John McKinney ........ Pilot
Michael Marsellos .... 1st Terrorist
Synopsis:
A hijacked airliner holds terrorists, passengers and a
contagious, deadly virus.

2.08 [--] Quincy M.E.: MAIN MAN
11Nov77
Executive Producer Jud Kinberg / Produced by Christopher Morgan
Teleplay by Irv Pearlberg / Story by Ray Danton
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Eugene Roche
Scott Colomby
Peter Brown
Julie Adams
Leslie Ackerman
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joe George .......... Thomas
Laurence Haddon ..... Spalding
Vernon Weddle ....... Karew
Byron Webster ....... Griswold
Nicholas Baury ...... Billy
With:
Lincoln Kibbee ...... 1st Football Player
John R. McKee ....... Old Grad
John Nolan .......... Bartender (recurring)
Russ McGinn ......... Recruiter
Frederick Downs ..... Newley
Ed McCready ......... Booster
Ken Lesco ........... Jocko
Michael F. Kelly .... Frank
Synopsis:
A congenital brain flaw could kill a high-school athlete (Scott Colomby) if he goes on playing football.

2.09 [--] Quincy M.E.: THE HERO SYNDROME
18Nov77
Produced by Christopher Morgan
Written by Albert Aley
Directed by Gerald Mayer
Guest Stars:
Robert Walker Jr.
Shelly Novack
Carmine Caridi
Marya Small
Co-Starring
Judson Pratt ......... Antrim
Darrell Zwerling ..... Frazier
Roy Jenson ........... Hernefy
Bill Quinn ........... Weisbarth
Don Eitner ........... Tyler
Bruce Weitz .......... Boyd
and
Maxine Stuart ........ Judge Daley
Synopsis:
An innocent longshoreman (Robert Walker) takes the blame for the brutal murder of a hated loan shark (Roy Jenson).

2.10 [---] Quincy M.E.: TOUCH OF DEATH
25Nov77
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Christpoher Morgan
Written by Joe Hymans and Pat Strong
Directed by Alexander Singer
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars
Mako
Richard Narita
Frank Michael Liu
Irene Yah-Ling Sun
Keye Luke
Harold Sakata
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Joanna Kearns ....... Lily
Booth Colman ........ Dr. Edwards
Ric Mancini ......... Director (character)
With:
Rod Porter .......... Assistant Director (character)
Shizuko Hoshi ....... Mom Kamura
Chao-Li Chi ......... Pop Kamura
Alison Hong ......... Girl
Eddie Garrett ....... Eddie (recurring)
Ron Nyman ........... Sound Mixer (character)
Synopsis:
Sam pleads with Quincy not to violate tradition by performing an autopsy on a Japanese martial-arts movie star.

2.11 [---] Quincy M.E.: THE DEADLY CONNECTION
9Dec77
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Charles Morgan / Associate Producer George E. Crosby
Written by Sheldon Stark
Directed by Alex March
Director of Photography: Fred Jackman
Music Score: Richard Markowitz
Guest Stars:
Elisha Cook
Lonny Chapman
Ted Eccles
Guy Stockewell
Richard John Miller
James Karen
Alice Hirson
Kitty Ruth
*
Co-Starring:(end credits)
Gil Serna .......... Gutierrez
With:
John Nolan ......... Bartender (recurring)
Eddie Garrett ...... Eddie (recurring)
Adele Di Reda ...... 1st Nurse
Debra Kornblum ..... 2nd Nurse
and:
Judy Farrell ....... Admitting Nurse
Synopsis:
An unidentified ailment is killing cattle and striking residents of a small ranching community.

2.12 [---] Quincy M.E.: LAST OF THE DINOSAURS
16Dec77
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Edward J. Montagne
Written by Leonard Stadd
Directed by Ray Danton
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Carolyn Jones
Kario Salem
John Anderson
Special Guest Star:
Cameron Mitchell
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Marianne Bunch ........ Betty
Christopher Pitney .... Nick
Robert Gooden ......... Adams
With:
Art Lewis ............. Freddy
John Dennis ........... 2nd Bartender
Chuck Roberson ........ Presstin
John Nolan ............ 1st Bartender
Nick La Tour .......... Wilson
Eddie Garrett ......... Photographer
Synopsis:
An autopsy indicates a different cause for an actor's death despite signs of a beating.

2.13 [---] Quincy M.E.: CRIB JOB
6Jan78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Edward J. Montagne
Written by Milton S.Gelman
Directed by Alex March
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
Rosey Grier ............. himself (Roosevelt Grier)
Milton Seizer
Frank Faylen
Todd Davis
J. Pat O'Malley
Co-Starring: (end credits)
T.K. Carter ............ Mojo
Jayne Drennan .......... Miss Triggs
Joe Warfield ........... Cantrell
Maria Melendez ......... Cindy
Mary Hamill ............ Jan
With:
Boyd "Red" Morgan ...... Brownie
Morris Buchanan ........ Councilman
Penelope Gillette ...... Councilwoman
Eddie Garrett .......... Eddie (recurring)
Ken Lesco .............. 3rd Kid
Dennis Madalone ........ 2nd Kid
Barry Silver ........... 1st Kid
Gregg Michaels ......... 2nd Officer
and:
Shirley O'Hara .......... Mrs. Barnett
A program for teens and senior citizens is jeopardized when a youth is accused of murdering an old man.

2.14 [---] Quincy M.E.: MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH *****
20Jan78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Supervising Producer Edward J. Montagne / Produced by Peter J. Thompson
Written by Albert Alley
Directed by Paul Krasny
Guest Stars:
Louise Latham
Henry Beckman
John Fielder
James Antonio
Natalie Trundy
Walter Brooke
Co-Starring:
Hoke Howell ............. Bud Cowley
Argentina Brunetti ...... Mrs Maggione
Sarah Rush .............. Trish Granby
Christian Vance ......... Denny Bleyer
Quincy's filling in for a vacationing country doctor proves anything but restful.

2.15 [---] Quincy, M.E.: PASSING
27Jan78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Edward J. Montagne
Teleplay by Mann Rubin and Samuel D. Shamforoff / Story by Mann Rubin and Lois Gibson
Directed by David Alexander
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Guest Stars
Zohra Lampert
Neva Patterson
Sondra Blake
Michael Strong
Elizabeth Stack
Special Guest Star:
Simon Oakland
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Frank Maxwell ........ Ross Bricker
Phillip Pine ......... Brown
Michael Laurence ..... Jim Winters
Todd Martin .......... Augie
With:
Larry McCormick ....... Anchorman
James Purcell ......... Monk Rollins
Jonathan Segal ........ Jeff Sellers
John Nolan ............ Bartender
Eddie Garrett ......... Eddie
Charles Leland ........ Security Guard
Synopsis:
Quincy calls in an expert (Zohra Lampert) to identify a
murder victim by reconstructing the man's face from the skull.

2.16 [---] Quincy, M.E.: ACCOMPLICE TO MURDER
3Feb78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Supervising Producer Edward J. Montagne / Produced by Peter J. Thompson
Written by Frank Telford
Directed by Paul Krasny
Director of Photography, Fred Jackman
Music Score, Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Belinda J. Montgomery
James A. Watson Jr.
Robert Colbert
Joe E. Tata
Ford Rainey
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Byron Morrow .......... Attorney Downing
Jess Nadleman ......... Henderson
Randall R. Stumpf ..... Joey Kling
Anne Newman-Mantee .... Esther Kellogg
Lew Brown ............. Judge Erickson
T.J. Castronova ....... Harris
With:
Karen Philipp ......... Martha Steele
Don Maxwell ........... Dr. Frank Rivera
Barbara Brownell ...... Cicely
Ted Scott ............. Coroner's Jury Foreman
James Rosin ........... Officer Jay Klein
And:
Chevi Colton .......... Mrs. Hayes
Synopsis:
A burglar is accused of murdering a woman, but Quincy
believes she died from blows inflicted by her influential husband.

2.17 [---] Quincy, M.E.: ASHES TO ASHES
10Feb78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Edward J. Montagne
Teleplay by Max Hodge / Story by Charles A. McDaniel
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Directed of Photography Fred Jackman
Guest Stars:
John Fink
Janice Lynde
Simone Griffeth
Larry D. Mann
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Pitt Herbert ........... Dr. Gehringer
Judith Baldwin ......... Marie Yager
Mary Ann Gibson ........ Secretary
William Larsen ......... Board Chairman
Eddie Garrett .......... Eddie (recurring)
John Nolan ............. Bartender (recurring)
Norman Leavitt ......... Grave Digger
Hal Riddle ............. Mortician
Gary B. Downey ......... Man
Pilar Merino Egge ...... Singer
Douglas Anthony Regan .. Chaufffeur
and:
Harry Middlebrookes .... Piano Player
Synopsis:
Quincy suspects foul play in the death of a businessman's
wife, and cremation makes proving it more difficult.

2.18 [---] Quincy M.E.: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
17Feb78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Peter J. Thompson
Written by Tom Sawyer and Reyn Parke
Directed by Paul Krasny
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Music Score Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars:
Ramon Bieri
John Colicos
Nate Esformes
Patricia Smith
Walter Matthews
Special Guest Star:
Joan Van Ark
Co-starring: (end credits)
Sidney Clute ......... Harry
Martin Rudy .......... Lawyer
with:
William Durkin ....... Chef
Keith A. Waker ....... Newsman
Burt Marshall ........ Frank
Gary Downey .......... The Man
Brad Trumbull ........ Dishwasher
Budd Symes ........... Fingerprint Man
Lawrence Guy ......... 2nd Executive
Henry Calvert ........ 1st Executive
Tom Reamon ........... Policeman
Eddie Garrett ........ Eddie (recurring)
Synopsis:
A newspaper editor (Joan Van Ark) joins Quincy to look into
the murder of an eccentric inventor.

2.19 [---] Quincy, M.E.: DOUBLE DEATH a.k.a. THE HEART OF THE MATTER
3Mar78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Edward J. Montagne
Written by Albert Aley
Directed by Robert Douglas
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Music Score Vic Mizzy
Guest Stars:
Leonard Frey
Lara Parker
George Wyner
Joy Garrett
Co-Starring:
Frank Campanella ....... Carl
Bob Hastings ........... Judge Whelan
Joseph Perry ........... Solly
Charlie Jones .......... Newscaster
With:
Lisa Pera .............. Woman
Jonathan Segal ......... Jeff
Shain Laine ............ Go Go Dancer
Olan Soulé ............. Mortician
John Nolan ............. Bartender (recurring)
Walt Davis ............. Fire Captain
Peggy Crosby ........... Waitress
and:
Tobar Mayo ............. Shoogie
Synopsis:
Quincy tries to clear Dr. Astin's name in the botched autopsy of a nightclub owner killed in a fire.

2.20 [---] Quiincy M.E.: REQUIEM FOR THE LIVING
10Mar78
Executive Producer Richard Irving / Produced by Peter J. Thompson / Associate Producer George E. Crosby
Teleplay by Irving Pearlberg / Story by Ray Danton
Directed by Rowe Wallerstein
Director of Photography Fred Jackman
Music Score by Bruce Broughton
Guest Stars
John Vernon
Val Avery
Ina Balin
Max Showalter
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Larry Gelman ......... Rossiani
Terry Lynn Wood ...... Lisa
With:
Henry Slate .......... 3rd Hood
Peggy Crosby ......... Dee Dee
Eddie Garrett ........ Eddie (recurring)
Ben Marino ........... 2nd Hood
Peter Virgo .......... 1st Hood
Ron Nyman ............ Mike
Charles Leland ....... Chuck
Synopsis:
A poisoned mobster (John Vernon) takes Quincy and Sam hostage and demands they examine him to identify his killer.

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